Old Trafford side target Bernabeu midfielder.
Man United are ready to fork out a €40m to land Real Madrid youngster Isco as David Moyes looks to conduct a major summer spending spree according to AS.
Real Madrid signed Isco last June but though the 21 year old enjoyed a strong start to the season he has found himself increasingly used in a limited role by boss Carlo Ancelotti, most recently failing to make the starting eleven for the El Clasico encounter on Sunday night.
Isco has started 16 of Real Madrid’s 29 La Liga fixtures and just half of the club’s Champions League matches, and is said to be frustrated by his role.
Ancelotti has seen his front three of Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale help the club to a 31 match unbeaten run, prior to the recent defeat to Barcelona, and the Italian has then used Angel Di Maria more predominantly in the position Isco had filled for much of the campaign.
Isco has started just two La Liga matches in 2014 and may well therefore be open to a fresh challenge elsewhere.
Moyes could well do with adding more creativity to his midfield and the likes of Shinji Kagawa, Tom Cleverley, Darren Fletcher and loaned out Brazilian Anderson may well all be playing for their Man United futures,
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